Seychelles

The beautiful Seychelles Archipelago is situated northeast of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean and contains 115 islands. Most visitors spends their vacation on the main islands; Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.

Mahé

is the main island and the biggest island in the Seychelles.

La Digue

is known for its calm tranquil lifestyle. Here you can travel around the island by ox-cart but the most common way is by bicycle. Don’t leave without visiting one of the most famous beaches in the world, Anse Source d’Argent.

Praslin

is Seychelles second largest island. Enjoy the beautiful beaches and the tropical forest. At Praslin you can also see the well-known tree “coco de mer”.

When to visit Seychelles

When to go to the Seychelles depends on what you want to do. Windsurfing and sailing is as its best from May to October. The best period of time for diving is March-May and September-November.
The cost for living might get expensive during high season; December/January and July/August.

Getting to Seychelles

You’ll arrive at Mahé, the main island of the Seychelles. If you’re going to a different island you’ll have to continue your journey by domestic planes or by ferry.

Seychelles are the worlds smallest nation with their own national airline, Air Seychelles.
» Air Seychelles website

Getting around Seychellerna

Air Seychelles serve Praslin, Frégate, Desroches, Bird and Denis Island. You can also go by helicopter to some of the islands.
Ferries run between Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.

Tipping

Most of the time a 5-10% service charge is included in your bill. If you add anything else is up to you, but if you’re pleased with the service something extra is highly appreciated.

Visa

Visas are not required to apply for prior to arrival to Seychelles. You do need a booked accommodation and a return ticket and your passport needs to be valid 6 more months at departure.

Landing on the Seychelles

Anse Source D’Argent – The most beautiful Beach in the Seychelles, La Digue

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